“Liberalism and the Revolutionary Spirit. Address to the Liberal Summer School at Oxford, July 1932”

Title“Liberalism and the Revolutionary Spirit. Address to the Liberal Summer School at Oxford, July 1932”
Year for Search1932
AuthorsWells, H[erbert] G[eorge](1866-1946)
Tertiary AuthorsWells, H. G.
Secondary TitleForward View The Young Liberal’s’ Paper
Volume / Edition7.67
Pagination73-79
Date PublishedAugust 1932
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Eutopia. World state and the Open Conspiracy (see 1928 Wells), called the X Society and elaborated in the footnote. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his After Democracy: Addresses and Papers on the Present World Situation (London: Watts & Co., 1932), 1-28. A badly cut version appeared in The Ladies’ Home Journal (August 1932): 393

Info Notes

Together with “Project of a World Society (A footnote to an Address Recently Delivered at Oxford to the Liberal Summer School).” New Statesman and Nation 4.78 (August 20, 1932): 197-98; rpt. rev. as “Project for a Liberal World Organization. A Footnote to the Previous Address.” In his After Democracy: Addresses and Papers on the Present World Situation (London: Watts & Co., 1932), 29-39

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Author Note

(1866-1946)

Full Text

1932 Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge] (1866-1946). “Liberalism and the Revolutionary Spirit. Address to the Liberal Summer School at Oxford, July 1932.” Forward View The Young Liberal’s’ Paper 7.67 (August 1932): 73-79. Rpt. in his After Democracy: Addresses and Papers on the Present World Situation (London: Watts & Co., 1932), 1-28. A badly cut version appeared in The Ladies’ Home Journal (August 1932): 393. Together with “Project of a World Society (A footnote to an Address Recently Delivered at Oxford to the Liberal Summer School).” New Statesman and Nation 4.78 (August 20, 1932): 197-98; rpt. rev. as “Project for a Liberal World Organization. A Footnote to the Previous Address.” In his After Democracy: Addresses and Papers on the Present World Situation (London: Watts & Co., 1932), 29-39. L, L Newspaper, LLL, PSt

Eutopia. World state and the Open Conspiracy (see 1928 Wells), called the X Society and elaborated in the footnote.